There are pros and cons to both online and classroom training for HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points). Ultimately, the best option will depend on your individual needs and learning style.
A few advantages of online HACCP training is that it is usually more convenient and flexible than classroom training. You can complete the course at your own pace and from the comfort of your own home or office. This can be especially useful if you have a busy schedule or if you are unable to travel to a training location. Online courses are also typically far more cost-effective than in-person courses, as they do not require travel or accommodation expenses. The fact that online courses are built and distibuted like a movie, song, book, etc. is that the content is consistent and errors are flushed out over time. Theoretically the more people take an online course and provide feedback the better that course should be.
However, some people may find that they learn better in a classroom setting, where they can ask questions and interact with instructors and other students. Classroom training can also be a good option if you prefer hands-on learning, as some courses may include practical exercises or demonstrations.
In general, it is important to choose a HACCP training course that is delivered by and accredited and qualified instructors and meets the requirements of your industry or regulatory agency. Whether you choose online or classroom training, make sure to do your research and choose a reputable provider.